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S'mores Poptart Pie: Easy Pie Recipe

Updated on March 16, 2016

Ooey, gooey, delicious s'mores in a pie!

One bite of this pie will have you asking for "s'more."
One bite of this pie will have you asking for "s'more."

Did you know?

August 10 is National S'mores Day.

The largest s'more ever made weighed 1,600 pounds and used 20,000 marshmallows.

Have you heard of s'mores pie? Maybe so, but I bet you've never heard of a s'mores Pop-Tart pie.

S'mores pie is delicious and easy to make. This recipe is even more fun because you add Pop-tarts!

This is a great pie recipe that kids will love and it is so easy that kids can practically make it themselves. There are just five simple ingredients that don't require very much prep.

Plus, the cost of the ingredients is very inexpensive. You can make the pie for about $5-10, which is a pretty good deal for a homemade dessert.

S'mores Pop-Tart pie is all the flavor of the campfire in the comfort of your kitchen. So gather the ingredients and get ready to make a new form of a timeless dessert.

Step-by-Step Video Guide to Make the Pie

Did you know?

The first printed recipe for s'mores appeared in the Girl Scout Handbook "Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts" in 1927.

Cook Time

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 30 min
Ready in: 50 min
Yields: 1 pie (10 inch diameter); 6-10 slices

Here's all you will need

Ingredients

  • 8-10 inch graham cracker pie crust
  • 3 S'mores flavored Pop-Tarts
  • 1 box cook and serve pudding, chocolate flavored
  • 2 cups milk
  • 7 oz. jar marshmallow creme
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Crumble two Pop-Tarts.What you will need for the chocolate pudding.Mix the pudding and milk.  Bring to boil on medium heat.Stir in the Pop-Tart crumbles as the pudding is boiling.Pour the pudding into the pie crust.Heat the marshmallow cream for about 30-45 seconds.Pour the marshmallow cream on top of the pudding. Smooth out the marshmallow cream.  Crumble one more Pop-Tart.Sprinkle some of the crumbles onto the pie for a pretty topping.Bake for about 20 minutes or until the top is golden brown.Take out of the oven and let it cool. The marshmallow topping will be fluffy until it cools.
Crumble two Pop-Tarts.
Crumble two Pop-Tarts.
What you will need for the chocolate pudding.
What you will need for the chocolate pudding.
Mix the pudding and milk.  Bring to boil on medium heat.
Mix the pudding and milk. Bring to boil on medium heat.
Stir in the Pop-Tart crumbles as the pudding is boiling.
Stir in the Pop-Tart crumbles as the pudding is boiling.
Pour the pudding into the pie crust.
Pour the pudding into the pie crust.
Heat the marshmallow cream for about 30-45 seconds.
Heat the marshmallow cream for about 30-45 seconds.
Pour the marshmallow cream on top of the pudding.
Pour the marshmallow cream on top of the pudding.
Smooth out the marshmallow cream.
Smooth out the marshmallow cream.
Crumble one more Pop-Tart.
Crumble one more Pop-Tart.
Sprinkle some of the crumbles onto the pie for a pretty topping.
Sprinkle some of the crumbles onto the pie for a pretty topping.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until the top is golden brown.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until the top is golden brown.
Take out of the oven and let it cool. The marshmallow topping will be fluffy until it cools.
Take out of the oven and let it cool. The marshmallow topping will be fluffy until it cools.

Did you know?

The ancient Egyptians were the first to make marshmallows. They made a candy from the root sap of a mallow plant that grows in marshes.

Here's How You Make the Pie

  1. Crumble two of the S'mores Pop-Tarts. The easiest way to do it is to crumble them while they are still in the closed wrapper and then pour the pieces into a bowl. You will want them to be pieces smaller than 1/2 an inch.
  2. Make the chocolate pudding following the directions on the box. Basically you will pour the pudding mix and and the 2 cups of milk into a pan. Bring them to a full boil on medium heat making sure you are constantly stirring the pudding.
  3. As the pudding begins to boil, mix the Pop-Tart crumbles into the pudding. Make sure you keep stirring the pudding so that it doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan. Adding the Pop-Tarts adds texture and flavor to the pudding layer.
  4. Remove the pudding from the heat and allow it to cool for just a few minutes. Don't leave it too long or the pudding will start to set and will stick in the pan.
  5. Carefully pour the pudding mix into the crust. Then smooth the pudding out with a spoon making sure it is even in the crust.
  6. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  7. Heat the marshmallow cream in a bowl in the microwave for about 30 to 45 seconds.
  8. Add the marshmallow cream to the pie on top of the chocolate pudding. Gently smooth out the marshmallow topping.
  9. Crumble one more of the S'mores Pop-Tarts into a bowl. You'll want these bits to be extra small. Sprinkle the crumbles onto the top of the pie. You may not need all of the crumbles. Just lightly top the marshmallow fluff with the bits.
  10. Put the pie in the oven and cook for 20-30 minutes or until the top is golden brown.
  11. Remove the pie from the oven and allow it to cool before serving. The marshmallow cream on the top will be fluffy when you first take it out of the oven. It will eventually smooth out.
  12. It is a very rich-tasting treat, so you may want to cut the pieces on the smaller side. Serve it warm or put it in the fridge for a bit and serve it cold. Either way it is delicious and tastes like campfire s'mores in a less messy form.
  13. Refrigerate leftovers (if there are any!).

How Yummy Is It?

4 stars from 1 rating of S'mores Pop-Tart Pie

Ta Da! The Finished Pie

The pie is a light golden brown on top with little bits of tempting Pop-tarts.
The pie is a light golden brown on top with little bits of tempting Pop-tarts.

Did you know?

Hershey's milk chocolate bars first came out in 1900 and cost a nickel.

Ways to Switch Up the Recipe

  • Make your own pie crust. You can make the crust from scratch really easily if you don't want to do a store-bought crust. Just mix 1 1/2 cup of finely crushed graham crackers (about 1 pack of the crackers), 1/2 cup of butter, 1/3 cup of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. Smooth the mix into a pie pan. Bake on 375o for 7 minutes and you are ready to go.
  • Make chocolate filling from scratch. There are several great recipes out there. For most of them you will use semisweet chocolate, eggs, sugar, cream, and milk. My favorite is this version from "How Sweet It Is."
  • Use marshmallows on the top. Whole marshmallows can be melted on the top instead of using the marshmallow cream. Just cover the top of the chocolate filling with marshmallows (large or small). Toast them in the oven on low broil for a few minutes or until they are golden brown.
  • Leave out the Pop-tarts. The Pop-tarts just add flavor and texture (and fun!) to the recipe. They aren't a vital ingredient. Leave them out if you don't feel like using them.
  • Use different flavors. You could try the pie with vanilla pudding and adding other flavors of Pop-Tarts into it. Other pudding flavors can also be used. You can even use a different type of crust or even add flavored marshmallows to the top. Coconut flavored marshmallows on the top would be a unique twist to s'mores pie.

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    • cnhughes profile image

      cnhughes 5 years ago from Scranton, PA

      Omg that looks and sounds amazing! I have to make since soon since I was salivating reading this!

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      Marcy Goodfleisch 5 years ago from Planet Earth

      Oh, man - this would be dangerous around me! What flavor of Pop Tarts are you using? I'm thinking it's the chocolate? Truly a fun recipe for kids!

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      ignugent17 5 years ago

      This is new to me and I think I will try to make it. It looks good too. Thanks for sharing cocopreme!

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      Cathy 5 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

      Quick, easy, instant comfort food pie, this is! Thanks. Wish I had a piece of that pie now.

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      Nettlemere 5 years ago from Burnley, Lancashire, UK

      To a UK ignoramus (me) it's like you're talking another language - I think we do get pop tarts in the supermarkets, but I've never heard of s'mores or graham cracker pie crust. It all makes it sound very exotic anyway!

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      [ Danson Wachira ] 5 years ago from Nairobi, Kenya

      Your S'mores pie looks really nice, i will surely try the recipe cocopreme, but i doubt if it will come out as nice as i can see. Thanks you. Voted up, useful and shared with followers.

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      Amy L. Tarr 5 years ago from Home

      Yeah, that would not last two minutes in my house. It looks amazing.

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      Candace Bacon 5 years ago from Far, far away

      @ cnhughes - Thanks! It is delicious. If you like s'mores, you will love this.

      @ Marcy Goodfleisch - Kids will definitely love this pie. It is actually the S'mores Pop-Tarts, but you could use chocolate flavored as well.

      @ ignugent17 - Thank you! Hope you enjoy it.

      @ ytsenoh - It sure is easy to make comfort food. I wish I could send you a piece!

      @ Nettlemere - Wow! I didn't know graham cracker crusts aren't a worldwide thing. I'm not surprised about the Pop-Tarts. Graham crackers have sort of a honey flavor. They are kind of a cross between cookies (biscuits to you!) and crackers (do you have Ritz?). I just looked it up on Google and they might be similar to what you would call a "digestive biscuit," but I don't know for sure.

      @ dwachira - Thanks so much! I'm sure your version will look and taste amazing.

      @ PenHitsTheFan - Thank you! Pieces of this pie don't last long in my house either.

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      foodserviceguy 4 years ago from Canada/USA

      Banana pudding might be good to try

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      Candace Bacon 4 years ago from Far, far away

      foodserviceguy - Banana pudding does sound good. I will have to give it a go.

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